band-stop filter

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band-stop filter

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band-stop filter

[′band ‚stäp‚fil·tər]
(electronics)
An electric filter which transmits more or less uniformly at all frequencies of interest except for a band within which frequency components are largely attenuated. Also known as band-elimination filter; band-rejection filter.
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Horng, "Pseudo-differential second order band reject filter using current conveyors", AEU International Journal of Electronics and Communications, vol.
One 30-something mam serving in a store whispered fearfully, lest her boy band reject 12-yearold manager overhear her: " I'm only off Christmas Day pet, why does anybody in their right mind want to shop on Boxing Day?
International Resource News-May 30, 2014--Fairview Microwave launches new range of band pass and band reject tunable filters
Basu, "An ultra-wideband antenna with band reject capability and its characterization in time domain," Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol.
In this paper, a UWB antenna with dual band reject characteristic and sharp band edge frequency is presented.
It's a laughout-loud mix of satire, song and slapstick about a skiffle band reject trying to make ends meet by working for two people at the same time.
A COUPLE of weeks ago I ran through Liverpool looking like a Village People tribute band reject.
Metter-Toledo Safeline custom engineered the system with a "z style conveyor," which consists of a horizontal infeed section--the metal detector located on an incline section, and a horizontal discharge incorporating a retractable band reject device.
The band reject comparisons to Joy Division made by the music press, but Editors' debut definitely had a similar mood to the work of the Mancunians.
This series of band reject filter offer standard wide band frequency ranges of 2-18 GHz and 2-20 GHz in single individual units.
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We would like to emphasize that the band reject filter, which is used to reject power line frequency (50Hz or 60Hz, depending on the power line system) should not be added into EMG amplifier circuit because the power line frequencies are in the frequency range of EMG signal.